Jenga is a game where the kids have to stack rectangular blocks horizontally and vertically until it creates a tower and then the children must take turns pulling out one block out at a time. If the tower collapses whoever pulled out the last block loses.
When kids play jenga, they learn how to socialize and interact with other children. The kids also learn to clean up after themselves if they make a mess by helping each other collect the blocks once they are done playing. Jenga also teaches the children patience and alignment. This is considered constructive play because the kids are building and constructing a tower.